Rhonda Graham’s final NJ column: Going out on top with one last fact challenged defense of the indefensible Governor.

You just can’t make this crap up

This week, Delaware’s Department of Education had measurably good news about student academics, according to Spokeswoman Alison May: Nine schools made significant gains, allowing those buildings to exit state support programs for low-performing schools.
And this is how they accomplished it – by upping the game on instruction, retargeting the needed resources to strengthen students in subject areas where there was demonstrated weakness.
Or as Gov. Jack Markell explained so well: “With the use of ‘Smart investments’ in the right programs and the leadership of schools that serve our highest need populations can make a difference and help all of our students succeed.”

Smart investments? After 29 years you couldn’t must the intellectual curiosity to see all of the cuts and wasteful spending directives of the last 6 years? Shame on your significantly under-informed editorial posturing. I wish you peace and happiness in your next adventure, but I won’t miss the always wrong headed analysis of education in Delaware that flowed from your pen.

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3 thoughts on “Rhonda Graham’s final NJ column: Going out on top with one last fact challenged defense of the indefensible Governor.

  1. elizabeth

    Guess Rhonda didn’t make the NJ cut. Only the those NJ writers who got the top tweets and facebook likes in the latest round of layoffs actually got to keep their jobs. Shows just how out of touch good ole Rhonda is.

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